BJP National President inaugurates the All India Mandal Training Camp Scheme in virtual

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Dehradun. BJP National President JP Nadda inaugurated the All India Mandal Training Camp Scheme on Wednesday from the BJP National Headquarters. Uttarakhand General Secretary (Organization) Ajay Kumar, State Training Head Jyoti Gairola and officials of training committees up to state, district and divisional level joined their respective places in this inaugural event through virtual conference.

Nadda said that training has great importance for us. The BJP is a cadre-based and mass-following party. Training is of special importance in maintaining the cadre form of the party. The trained worker advances the idea of ​​the party. He said that in training we also have to keep in mind that what we are saying or learning, we should also take it down in life, because if we do not do this then there is no use of training. He said that there should be a tendency to learn all the time in life.

Remembering Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyay, Nadda said that he was a thinker, organizer and a person of leadership ability. He gave us the vision of Antyodaya and today we are adopting the same principle as sabka saath, sabka vikas and sabha faith. After Narendra Modi became Prime Minister in the country, the political form has changed and now the politics of dividing the society is being replaced by the politics of development.

BJP national general secretary organization BL Santosh, co-general secretary (organization) B Satish, Mahesh Chandra Sharma also spoke on the occasion. Devendra Bhasin from Dehradun Nagar, State Officials from State Office and District and Divisional level officers of training committees in the entire state were virtually involved.

Prominent officials present at the BJP state office were Naresh Bansal, Kusum Kandwal, Anil Goyal, Madhu Bhatt, Aditya Chauhan, Neeru Devi, Puneet Mittal, Vinod Suyal, Vinay Goyal, Virendra Bisht, Rajkumar Purohit, Paritosh Bangwal etc.

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